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 Posted: Fri Jun 16th, 2017 07:53 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/garyhartoliverhumperdinkshoot/

Managers Gary Hart and Oliver Humperdink come together to talk about their careers - topics include: Why Jim Cornette, JJ Dillon and others were failures as managers, Humperdink fighting with promoters, why Hart pushed bad wrestlers when he was booking, Brody and Abby the Butcher's refusing to do jobs, scripted promos, Hart's heat with Sting, fans with unique weapons, the best and worst wrestlers they managed and more!!

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 Posted: Sat Jun 17th, 2017 12:54 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/midsouthvol1/ The grit, blood and brawling that personified Mid-South wrestling is on display in the "Best of Mid-South Wrestling Vol. 1". There's no penis suplexes and only one DIVE, but Ted Dibiase, JYD, Paul Orndorff, Bob Roop, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, the One Man Gang, Buck Robley and others are here to fight and wrassle! AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel makes a special appearance, and Bill Watts adds in his expert analysis.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 23rd, 2017 08:12 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/jrandcornetteshootinterviewreview/

Jim Ross, Bret Hart and Jim Cornette come together for a Q and A session which covers why the "Austin 3:16" was almost doomed, how OJ Simpson was responsible for Jake "the Snake" Roberts leaving Smoky Mountain Wrestling, JR's heel turn in 1996, the fake Razor and Diesel,the night Pillman pulled a gun on Austin on WWF TV, Shawn Michaels bombing as WWF champ, the night a Hall of Famer crapped his pants on a live RAW, JR having to fight with Vince McMahon over signing Mick Foley, the Montreal Screwjob, alternative plans for the Hitman vs. HBK, the crazy money Steve Austin was drawing and more!

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 Posted: Sat Jun 24th, 2017 04:35 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/dvdvrs-best-mid-south-wrestling-volume-2-review/

Round 2 of the best of Mid-South wrestling sees the JYD seeks revenge against Ted Dibiase and the rest of the Rat Pack, with Mr. Olympia standing by his side. Bill Watts buries the JYD after he leaves for the WWF, Butch Reed dominates a former World champ, Nick Bockwinkel attempts to outclass Dusty Rhodes, plus lots of blood, babyface vigilance, heels being EVIL and wrasslin' in front of hot hot crowds!

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 Posted: Fri Jun 30th, 2017 09:30 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/wrasslinhistorydecember84/

December of 1984 sees Cyndi Lauper return to the WWF for a wild angle, a major babyface leaves the WWF, Roddy Piper's DUI causes a break in Kayfabe, TNT features an infamous wedding(!), a drunken Capt Lou injures another wrestler with a knife, 20/20 reveals (GASP) wrestling is fake, Lou Thesz returns to St. Louis, a legendary heel joins the babyfaces in Georgia to battle Jimmy Hart's goons, Dusty Rhodes teams with Ole Anderson- again..., the AWA loses another star, Brody pulls his no showing stunts again, a fan threatens the life of Ted Dibiase, the Russians maul another JCP babyface and more!

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 Posted: Sat Jul 1st, 2017 11:24 am
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/ravenguestbookershoot/

Raven is placed into the role of booker and tasked with how he would handle Scott Hall and Kevin Nash coming to ECW in 1996.

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 Posted: Sun Jul 2nd, 2017 07:03 am
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I've been watching NWA World Wide from 1988. Jimmy Garvin and Kevin Sullivan is picking up, and I just saw the set up for the weightlifting contest between The Road Warriors and The Powers of Pain. Paul Jones might be the worst manager in history.



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 Posted: Sat Jul 8th, 2017 09:14 am
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/captainloushootreview/

Captain Lou offers up 50 years of his personal wrestling life including stories on why he left the Army, getting kicked out of college, being blackballed from the New York wrestling scene when he was still a jabroni, working with Jackie Gleason, why George Steele rarely cut promos, drinking stories, nasty ribs, Bruno's paydays, why he left the WWF in 1994, midgets with bombs, Vince almost making a movie in 1984, a burial of Harley Race, Andre bar fights, and more!!

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 Posted: Sun Jul 9th, 2017 03:47 am
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victhestick wrote: I've been watching NWA World Wide from 1988. Jimmy Garvin and Kevin Sullivan is picking up, and I just saw the set up for the weightlifting contest between The Road Warriors and The Powers of Pain. Paul Jones might be the worst manager in history.

The 1988 WWW set is a lot of fun.  I watched that about a year or two ago and talked about it quite a bit in this thread.  Brought back some good memories.  The Horsemen/Midnight Express stuff gets good as it heats up later in the year.



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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/dvdvrmidsouth3review/

Another round of Mid-South action sees Ted Dibiase and Duggan engage in a wild brawl, the Midnight Express take their villainous ways to the ring against Mr. Wrestling II and Magnum TA, Bill Dundee plays the role of Superman, plus the Rock and Roll Express, Buddy Landel, Butch Reed and others engage in battles of good vs. evil - played out inside the squared circle.

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 Posted: Sun Jul 9th, 2017 03:38 pm
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Blazer wrote: victhestick wrote: I've been watching NWA World Wide from 1988. Jimmy Garvin and Kevin Sullivan is picking up, and I just saw the set up for the weightlifting contest between The Road Warriors and The Powers of Pain. Paul Jones might be the worst manager in history.

The 1988 WWW set is a lot of fun.  I watched that about a year or two ago and talked about it quite a bit in this thread.  Brought back some good memories.  The Horsemen/Midnight Express stuff gets good as it heats up later in the year.


That's actually why I started watching it, my friend brought up the angle where the Horsemen jumped Beautiful Bobby and I can't remember ever seeing it.



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 Posted: Fri Jul 14th, 2017 07:47 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/ricflairqanda/

The one and only Ric Flair answers questions from his fans. Topics include: Why the Horsemen never had a WWE run, drinking stories, his final match, WCW's downfall, carrying bad workers, bar tabs, the worst experience of his career, who were the best set of Horsemen and more!

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 Posted: Sat Jul 15th, 2017 08:08 pm
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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/dvdvrmidsouth4review/

The Last Stampede of Bill Watts is witnessed by thousands as he teams with Stagger Lee to seek revenge upon Jim Cornette and his Midnight Express. Ted Dibiase is seen in three different encounters attempting to cease the rise to stardom Magnum T.A. is enjoying, plus Hacksaw Jim Duggan joins the Rock and Roll Express in battle with Ernie Ladd and the Midnight Express!

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http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/awaqandareview/

Greg Gagne, Jim Brunzell and Larry "The Ax" Hennig take questions from a raucous group of fans. Topics include: Tall tales from working in Japan, money today compared to the old days, Hennig roughing up Brunzell when he was a rookie, why Brunzell hates George Scott, behind the scenes of filming "The Wrestler", Bobby Heenan's drinking, the full and epic story of the night Mad Dog Vachon tried to leap from an airplane full of wrestlers, why Gagne quit wrestling, plus more tales of wrestling wars, failed territorial takeovers and more!

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 Posted: Fri Jul 21st, 2017 07:33 pm
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Arnold_OldSchool wrote: http://culturecrossfire.com/wrestling/awaqandareview/

Greg Gagne, Jim Brunzell and Larry "The Ax" Hennig take questions from a raucous group of fans. Topics include: Tall tales from working in Japan, money today compared to the old days, Hennig roughing up Brunzell when he was a rookie, why Brunzell hates George Scott, behind the scenes of filming "The Wrestler", Bobby Heenan's drinking, the full and epic story of the night Mad Dog Vachon tried to leap from an airplane full of wrestlers, why Gagne quit wrestling, plus more tales of wrestling wars, failed territorial takeovers and more!

"Gagne had wars with Mad Dog Vachon. Verne told him to work stiff or else Vachon would eat him out."
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